Deloitte identifies 2023 top Tech Trends

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A more engaging internet, superclouds, and more dependable artificial intelligence are among the advancements expected in the next 18 to 24 months in the tech world, according to Deloitte’s 14th annual Tech Trends report.

IT has a long history of change, but its three tenets; interaction, information, and computation have remained constant forces, according to a Deloitte. Saying that user experiences will improve, AI will be integrated into IT systems, computation will expand, businesses will simplify multicloud management, and the metaverse and AR will grow significantly.

These trends are focused on the macro forces of the technology business, such as cyber and trust, as well as core modernization. The report discusses workforce trends in technology, blockchain, and mainframe modernization.

“Modern engineering is at the heart of business strategy.  But rather than competing to hire the same finite pool of 10x engineers, savvy organizations are creating new IT structures and roles to better align with available talent supply. By prioritizing values, cultural fit and aptitude, and trusting talent to flex their curiosity and versatility in becoming serial specialists over extant skills, this approach is resulting in an improved talent experience and business outcomes,” Deloitte said.

Despite the market volatility surrounding cryptocurrency, the report predicts that the enterprise potential of blockchain and digital assets will grow. It mentioned the quiet renaissance of mainframes and middleware to connect core systems to next-generation computing technologies like GPU-based supercomputers, as well as innovative user interfaces that offer promising new paths into cloud-based analytics, AI, and ML.

The sources for this piece include an article in TechRepublic.

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